As Republican voters head to the polls to cast their ballots in the Super Tuesday GOP presidential primary, the economy and which candidate had the best chance to beat President Barack Obama were some of their main concerns.
Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum are battling it out in Michigan Tuesday as voters in the state, and in Arizona, head to the polls to pick their choice for the GOP presidential nomination. For Romney, Michigan very well may be a do-or-die state for the campaign.
While Rick Santorum has picked up the majority of the headlines in recent weeks, it appears that Mitt Romney may have gained just enough momentum to overtake Santorum in Michigan during Tuesday’s primary.
As the Republican presidential nomination campaign is about to hit its stride, the ad wars nationally are coming at a cost and that’s giving Mitt Romney a distinct advantage over his nearest competition, Rick Santorum.
It appears the Rick Santorum surge is taking hold not just in the Midwest, but across the nation. According to the latest CBS News/New York Times poll, Santorum leads the GOP presidential primary field
Powered by a sweep of two caucuses and a primary on Tuesday, GOP hopeful Rick Santorum is enjoying a national surge of popularity. But, he’s still well behind front-runner Mitt Romney.
Rick Santorum’s campaign was left for dead after losing in Florida, but the rumors of his demise were premature at best. Tuesday, Santorum swept Mitt Romney in Missouri, Minnesota and Colorado.
After largely being forgotten in the Florida presidential primary and Nevada caucus; Rick Santorum could have a big day Tuesday as he leads in two of three states hitting the polls.
Real estate tycoon Donald Trump is making waves again in the Republican presidential race, this time it’s his endorsement of fellow multi-millionaire Mitt Romney for president.
Mitt Romney might want to relish his likely victory in Florida because he has trouble ahead of him in Missouri and Ohio.